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Dolores del Río Dolores del Río (August 3, 1904 – April 11, 1983) was a Mexican film actress. She was a star of Hollywood films during the silent era and in the Golden Age of Hollywood. She later became a prominent actress in Mexican films. She was considered one of the most beautiful actresses of her time and was the first Latin American movie star to have international success. Sony vaio VPCYB35JC battery In the silent film era, del Río was considered a female counterpart to Rudolph Valentino. Her career flourished until the end of the silent era, with successful films such asResurrection (1927), Ramona (1928) and Evangeline (1929).  HP Pavilion dv2-1137ax battery With the arrival of the talkiesin the early thirties, Del Río's exotic image was radically changed. She scored successes with Bird of Paradise (1932), Flying Down to Rio (1933), Madame Du BarryWonder Bar(1934) and Journey into Fear (1942). HP Pavilion g6 battery Del Río returned to México. Under the guidance of Emilio Fernández, and at the age of 37, Del Río became the most important star of the Golden age of Mexican cinema, which was at the time as powerful as Hollywood. Her masterpiece is the legendary film Maria Candelaria (1943). She was frequently named the "Princess of México".HP 513130-321 battery

Early life

Born María de los Dolores Asúnsolo y López Negrete in Durango, Mexico, del Río was the second cousin of actor Ramón Novarro and a cousin to actress Andrea Palma. She was born into a wealthy family of Spanish ancestry.[1]  HP WD549AA battery

Her parents were Jesus Leonardo Asúnsolo Jacques, director of the Bank of Durango, and Antonia Lopez-Negrete. They were members of the Porfiriato (members of the ruling class from 1876–1911 whenPorfirio Díaz was president) in Mexico. HP Envy 17-2003ef Battery

The family lost all its assets during the Mexican Revolution, and settled in Mexico City. A desire to restore her comfortable lifestyle inspired del Rio to follow a career as an actress. HP Envy 17-2009tx Battery

She studied at the Liceo Franco Mexicano[2] in Mexico City. She had a passion for dancing and admired the great Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova. Performing as a dancer for gatherings of rich Mexicans, she met Jaime Martinez del Rio, a scion of one of Mexico's most important families. HP Envy 17-2012tx Battery

They fell in love although he was 18 years older. In 1921, at the age of 16, she married him. The couple spent three years in Europe.[3] In 1924, they returned to del Rio's ranch in Durango. The couple moved to Mexico City. The “discovery” of Dolores Del Rio reads like a Hollywood movie. HP Envy 17-2012tx Battery

Edwin Carewe, an influential director atFirst National Films, fell under Dolores’ spell watching her dance a tango at a dinner party. The infatuated Carewe cajoled Dolores and Jaime into moving to Hollywood, urging the couple to rebuff familial objections that viewed acting as socially demeaning. HP Envy 17-2013tx Battery

Dolores saw it as a marriage strengthening opportunity. “Jaime wanted to escape an environment that did not satisfy him, hoping to develop his literary inclinations writing scripts for Hollywood.” She was also aware that it was a risky adventure for a 21-year-old. “I was mad to do it. My family and my friends would have ostracized me if I’d been a failure.”[4]HP Envy 17-2014tx Battery

Using her married surname, del Río made her film debut in Joanna which was directed by Carewe in 1925 and released that year.[5] Hollywood first noticed her appeal as a sex siren. Del Rio struggled against the "Mexicali Rose" image initially pitched to her by Hollywood executives. Despite her brief appearance, Carewe arranged for much publicity for the actress. HP Envy 17-2070nr Battery Del Rio emerged in Hollywood in a period ruled by the blond females stars. The few dark.haired stars at the time were Theda Bara and Pola Negri, who were equally exoticized within the film frame or cast as vamps through publicity. HP Envy 17-2090nr 3D Battery

While the silent era allowed Del Rio to maximize the racial ambiguity of her dark air and fair complexion, she was cast in various ethnic roles whose characterizations and movement often carried sexual connotations.[6]HP Envy 17-2090eg Battery In her second film High Steppers, del Rio took the second female credit after Mary Astor. These films were not blockbusters, but helped increase del Río's popularity. Carewe's intention was to transform her into a star on the order of Rudolph Valentino. HP Envy 17-2093eg Battery

To increase her popularity, a portrait was made by the artist Theodore Lukits. Titled A Souvenir of Seville, it depicted the actress in the dress worn for her presentation to the Spanish Court. The portrait also featured her pet monkey. The large painting was displayed in the Carthay Circle Theatre for the premiere of The Loves of Carmen (1927). It was reproduced in magazine and newspaper articles in the United States and Mexico. HP Envy 17-2096eg Battery

In her next film, the heist comedy Pals First (1926), she received top billing in only her third film. The Variety magazine critic noted her performance as “lackluster”. HP Envy 17t-1000 Battery

An appraisal of the review is impossible since the movie is one of thousands lost to history by the erosion of nitrocellulose films. Only still photos, magazine reviews, and promotional material remain. Del Rio’s successes came despite not yet mastering English. She moved her lips phonetically for the benefit of silent film audiences.[7]HP Envy 17 Notebook PC Battery

In late 1926, director Raoul Walsh called del Río to give her a role in What Price Glory as the character of Charmaine. Later, she was selected as one of the WAMPAS Baby Starsin 1926 (along with fellow newcomers Joan Crawford, Mary Astor, Janet Gaynor, Fay Wrayand Dolores Costello). She came to be admired as one of the most beautiful women on screen. HP Envy 17t-2000 CTO 3D Battery

Carewe produced Resurrection (1927), based on the novel by Leo Tolstoy, which was a box office hit. In 1927, Raoul Walsh called del Río for a second version of CarmenThe Loves of Carmen (1927). The first was with Theda Bara in 1917 and reprised by Rita Hayworth in 1953. HP Envy 17t-2000 CTO Battery

Walsh thought del Río to be the best interpreter of all the "Hollywoods Carmen" for her authentically Latin American origin. With Walsh she also filmed The Red Dance in 1928. HP G32 Battery

A succession of movies, lacking artistic merit, were produced to exploit Del Rio’s fame. Critics noticed, calling Gateway of the Moon (1927) “A badly-directed, sappy melodrama obviously released only to cash in on the popularity of the star.”[8] In the same line she filmed No Other Woman. HP Envy 17t Battery

CCESS OF RAMONA AND EVANGELINE

In 1928, she replaced the actress Renée Adorée in the MGM film The Trail of '98, directed by Clarence Brown. Her career flourished until the end of the silent era. She was hired byUnited Artists for the successful film Ramona (1928, for which she recorded the famous song "Ramona" with RCA Victor). HP G42-100 Battery

Early film versions of the novel cast fair-haired females like Mary Pickford (directed by D.W. Griffith, 1910) and Adda Gleason (1916) in the role of the Anglo-Indian heroine.[6] Mordaunt Hall of the New York Times found much to praise in what he called "an Indian love lyric": "HP G42-101XX Battery

This current offering is an extraordinarily beautiful production, intelligently directed and, with the exception of a few instances, splendidly acted. The scenic effects are charming and there is for the most part an admirable restraint throughout this drama of Southern California. HP G42-154CA Battery

The different episodes are told discreetly and with a good measure of suspense and sympathy. Some of the characters have been changed to enhance the dramatic worth of the picture, but this is pardonable, especially when one considers this subject as a whole."[9] This was the first United Artistfilm with a synchronized score, but was not a talking picture. HP G42-164LA Battery

Del Rio’s marriage suffered the strains of career success. An anonymous insider ruminated, “In Mexico City she had been Jaime Del Rio’s wife. In Hollywood Jaime became Dolores Del Rio’s husband. The situation was intolerable for both of them.” HP G42-240LA Battery

A miscarriage added trauma, and subsequently doctors advised Del Rio not to have children. After a short separation, Dolores filed for a divorce as rumors of an affair with Edwin Carewe circulated. HP G42-250LA Battery

Gossip that was never substantiated and Del Rio’s strict Catholic upbringing argues against the possibility of an affair. Six months later, she received word from Germany that Jaime died of blood poisoning. Whispered rumors of a suicide were widely accepted to be true.[10]HP G42-301NR Battery

After finishing filing Ramona Hollywood was concerned by the impending arrival of the talkies. On 29 March at the bungalow of Mary Pickford, United Artists brought together Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, Charles Chaplin, Norma Talmadge, Gloria Swanson, John Barrymore, HP G42-303DX Battery

 D.W. Griffith and Dolores to speak on the radio show The Dodge Brothers Hour to prove he could meet the challenge of talking movies. Dolores del Rio singingRamona.[11]HP G42-328CA Battery

During the filming of Evangeline United Artists considered removing her from the tutelage of Carewe. Carewe had ambitions to marry her and become the most famous Hollywood couple. To achieve this, he filtered small rumors in the film campaign of Ramona andEvangeline.[12] HP G42-352TU Battery

Carewe hired Al Jolson to write the songs that Dolores sings in the movie.Evangeline (1929) was a critical success, but a box office disappointment. The film was notable as Del Rio’s final partnership with Edwin Carewe. HP G42-352TX Battery

The recording of Del Rio singing the title track received extensive radio airplay, enjoying a longer life than the movie.Photoplay singled out Del Rio for her performance. “She now steps into a role that might have been reserved for a Lillian Gish. It’s a tribute to her versatility.” HP G42-360TU Battery

United Artists studio agents convinced Del Rio to separate herself from Carewe, buying her contract and adding Del Rio to their roster for $9,000 a week. The freedom it engendered was palpable in Del Rio. “For the first time in my life I am myself. I do what I want to do. HP G42-360TX Battery

I enjoy life and happiness which I never had as a young woman because I married too quickly, scarcely two weeks after graduating from parochial school. I want to have a romance, laugh, and talk about nothing important. I am now regaining lost time”. Evangeline was her last silent film.[13]HP G42-361TU Battery

With the arrival of the talkies, del Río left her working relationship with Carewe. He seemed to take revenge by filming a new talkie version of Resurrection with the alleged Dolores rival, Mexican actress Lupe Vélez. With the support of United Artists, del Rio fired Carewe and debuted in the talkies with The Bad One in 1930. HP G42-361TX Battery

In 1928, Cedric Gibbons, one of the original Academy Award members and one of MGM's leading art directors and production designers, supervised the design of the award trophy by printing the design on a scroll. In need of a model for his statuette, HP G42-361TX Battery

Gibbons was introduced by Dolores to Mexican film director Emilio Fernández. Reluctant at first, Fernández was finally convinced to pose nude to create what today is known as the "Oscar".[14] Dolores met Cedric Gibbons in a party organized by William Randolph Hearstand Marion Davies at Hearst Castle. HP G42-364TX Battery

Their romance culminated in a grandiose marriage ceremony at the Old Mission Santa Barbara Church in 1930. Her presence in Hollywood of the thirties is not just limited to the world of cinema but also the high society circles. HP G42-365TX Battery

The Gibbons-Del Río house in Hollywood was a frequent meeting place from personalities likeGreta Garbo, Marlene Dietrich, Errol Flynn, Lili Damita, Fay Wray, Constance Bennett,Joan Bennett, Myrna Loy, Clark Gable and many more.[15] A kidney infection (some speculated about a nervous breakdown) kept Del Rio out of movies for an entire year, causing the dissolution of her United Artists contract.[16]HP G42-366TU Battery With the advent of talkies, she was relegated to exotic and unimportant roles. RKO Pictures facilitated Del Rio’s comeback, but she suffered a failure with Girl of the Rio(1931), second version of The Dove.[17] The film paraded debauched Mexican stereotypes, HP G42-366TX Battery

showcasing Del Rio as a feisty Mexican cabaret dancer. Hollywood executives sought to have her "not talk too much at her movies" because of her Spanish accent. She scored successes with Bird of Paradise (1932), directed by King Vidor. HP G42-367CL Battery

The film was produced by David O. Selznick who reportedly told King Vidor: "I want Del Rio in a love story in the South Seas. I don't care about the script, but in the end, Del Rio should be thrown into a volcano".[18] The film scandalized audiences when she took a naked swim with Joel McCrea. This film was made before the Hays Code was enacted so nudity could be shown. HP G42-367TU Battery

Next she filmed Flying Down to Rio (the film that first paired Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers) (1933). The global success of Flying Down to Rio swept away all concerns and controversy in its wake. Cinema history notes it as the first pairing of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers although Dolores Del Rio and Gene Raymond received top billing. HP G42-368TX Battery

It might also be the first appearance of the two-piece bathing suit which was worn by the always fashion-conscious Del Rio opposite Fred Astaire in an intricate dance number. Failing to anticipate the movie's success RKO, in the midst of financial crisis, HP G42-369TU Battery

terminated Del Rio’s contract.[19] Warner Bros. picked up Del Rio’s contract, their press release touting how she would “Bloom into another Greta Garbo.” This plan was sabotaged by average material, movies such as Wonder Bar (1934) and Madame Du Barry (1934) which were 'mutilated' by the Hays Code. HP G42-370TU Battery

Later, del Río starred in the Busby Berkeley comedies In Caliente (1935) and I Live for Love (1935), but she refused to participate in the film Viva Villa! (Fay Wray took her place). Dolores described the film as an "Anti-Mexican movie".[20] This films completed Del Rio’s contract with no particular career upswing. HP G42-370TX Battery

In 1934, Dolores del Río was one of the victims of the "open season" of the "reds" in Hollywood. With James Cagney, Ramón Novarro and Lupe Vélez, she was accused of promoting communism in California. That happened after these actors attend a special screening of the film Que viva Mexico! of Sergei M. HP G42-371TU Battery

Eisenstein which copies were claimed by Stalin from the Soviet Union to be edited. Twenty years later this would have consequences on her career.[21]HP G42-372TU Battery

BOX OFFICE POISON

In the late thirties, del Río's career declined. Del Rio worked on Columbia Pictures andTwentieth Century Fox films (such as The Widow from Monte Carlo in 1936 and The Devil's Playground in 1937) ,but was more visible in advertisements for Lucky Strike cigarettes, Max Factor makeup, or promoting clothing lines and perfumes than acting in films.[22] HP G42-372TX Battery

With the support of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer she made a series of unsuccessful police films (such as Lancer Spy in 1937 and International Settlement in 1938). In this situation, she accepted a contract from the Criterion United Artists to film Accused in England with Douglas Fairbanks Jr..[23]HP G42-375TX Battery

Cedric Gibbons, despite his position at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer could never help his wife in the company in which the leading figures were Greta Garbo, Norma Shearer, Joan Crawford and Jean Harlow, because the "strong men" of the company, Louis B. Mayer andIrving Thalberg felt that Latina women had no place in their stories. Both praised her beauty but about her career they don't speak.[24]HP G42-378TX Battery

Del Río's career in the late thirties suffered from too many exotic, two-dimensional roles designed with Hollywood's cliched ideas of ethnic minorities in mind. In the late thirties the Latin temperament was no longer fashionable. "Primitive" not interested in a world encircled by the imminence of war, and the glamour, does not go away, lose some of its features sacramentals. HP G42-380TX Battery

Not the same Greta Garbo in Queen Christina or Marlene Dietrich in Josef Von Sternberg's films or Dolores del Rio in Bird of Paradise which Vivien Leighdirty and exhausted by the war in Gone with the Wind. Dolores del Rio, one of the great beauties of the Star System, is suddenly without an available film character.[25] HP G42-381TX Battery

Del Rio was put on a list entitled: "Box Office Poison". Among the others on the list were, Joan Crawford, Greta Garbo, Marlene Dietrich, Mae West and Katharine Hepburn. The list was submitted into a Los Angeles newspaper, by an independent movie theater. The theater's point of the article was that these stars' high salaries and extreme public popularity, didn't affect their ticket sales HP G42-382TX Battery

In 1940, del Río met new Hollywood star Orson Welles. About her first contact with Welles, Del Río told her cousin, the actress Andrea Palma years later: "His personality was awesome. His manly appeal could not be ignored by any woman. HP G42-383TX Battery

All in he, radiated vitality and security, that seemed dazzling ... So much struck me, I surprised myself telling it mentally ... If this man asks me to go with him tonight ... I'll go".[26] Welles fell madly in love with her. Feeling a mutual attraction, the couple began a romance. HP G42-384TX Battery

Reportedly, the affair was the cause of her divorce from Gibbons in 1941. An eleven-year marriage to Cedric Gibbons ended, coinciding with Del Rio’s exit from American films. It was a horrible year for Del Rio as she lost her father and her one time benefactor, Edwin Carewe to heart attacks as well.[27]HP G42-385TX Battery

Dolores del Río was with Welles for two years, during which he was at the peak of his career. With Welles everything became a whirlwind, everything was passionate. His relationship with Dolores had that same intensity. HP G42-386TX Battery

He sent her expensive jewelry after she had to pay. The two kept in public appearances and always came accompanied by Marlene Dietrich and Charles Chaplin. She was at his side during the filming of Citizen Kane, and during the attacks of Randolph Hearst against him. HP G42-387TX Battery

Welles initially directed del Río in the Mexican film Santa, but the project was cancelled.[28] The film directed byNorman Foster was realized later by the Mexican actress Esther Fernández. HP G42-388TX Battery

Welles had planned a project to Del Rio, a Mexican drama gave to the the RKO to be budgeted. In the story, Dolores would "Elena Medina", "the most beautiful girl in the world", and Welles would an American who becomes entangled in a plot to disrupt a Nazi plot to overthrow the Mexican government. Welles planned to shoot in Mexico, but the Mexican government must approve the story, and this never happened.[29]HP G42-394TX Battery

She also accompanied Welles in vaudeville shows across the United States. She also appeared on a radio show with him, which concerned the life of Don Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, Liberator of Mexico. Dolores served as a consultant and as an actress, HP G42-397TX Battery

playingJosefa Ortiz de Dominguez.[30] She collaborated with Welles in the film Journey into Fearin 1942. After Welles broke from RKO, del Río sympathized with him, though her character (a sexy leopard-woman) in the film, was reduced. HP G42-398TX Battery

Nelson Rockefeller, Coordinator of Pan American affairs, sent Welles as an ambassador of goodwill in South America and to counteract the spread of communism. Welles went wild with the carnival in Rio de Janeiro and had become totally promiscuous. Dolores decided to break her commitment to Welles through a telegram that he never answered.[31]. HP G42 Battery

She also decided to end Hollywood: "Divorced again, without the figure of my father. A film where I did not appear, and one where if I pointed the way of art. I wanted to go the way of art. Stop being a star and become actress, and that alone could do it in Mexico. I wanted to return to Mexico, a country that was mine and I did not know. I felt the need to return to my country..."[32]. HP G42T-200 CTO Battery

Career in Mexico

Since the late thirties, Dolores del Río was sought on several occasions by Mexican film directors. In 1938, the producer Pancho Cabrera asked Dolores to the Mexican film La Noche de los Mayas. Eventually, the director Chano Urueta considered it for a new version of Santa, but economic circumstances were not favorable for the entry of Del Río to the Mexican cinema.[33]HP G42t-300 CTO Battery

 She was friends with noted Mexican artists, such as Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo, and maintained ties with Mexican society and cinema. After breaking off her relationship with Orson Welles, Del Río decided to try her luck in Mexico, disappointed by the "American star system". HP G42t Battery

Mexican director Emilio Fernández asked her to star in Flor silvestre (1942) and Dolores del Río became the most famous movie star in her country filming in the Spanish language for the first time. The production group Del Río-Fernández, HP G42t Notebook PC Series Battery

together with the cinematographer Gabriel Figueroa and the actor Pedro Armendáriz had international fame. One of her most successful films was Maria Candelaria (winner at the Cannes Film Festival) in 1943. The movie was written by Emilio as a present for her birthday.[34]. HP G56-100SA Battery

The film was allowed to keep foreign force. Fernández has said that he wrote an original version of the plot on 13 napkins while sitting in a restaurant. He was anxious because he was dating Del Río and could not afford to buy her a birthday present. HP G56-105SA Battery

The film was first entitled Xochimilco and the protagonist was namedMaría del Refugio.[35] In addition to the experienced team of producers, the film benefited from Del Río's success as an actress through the American star system.[36] HP G56-106EA Battery

On several occasions, Emilio's "bronco" temperament had surfaced violently and the actress had been about to leave the shooting, angry at what she considered ill treatment of her category. The pleas of his teammates and his high sense of professionalism had convinced her to return, HP G56-106SA Battery

but his relationship with the director had become distant. On Good Friday 1943, Del Río's onomastic, was the occasion chosen by the filmmaker to find the desired reconciliation. In addition to needing her as an actress, Fernández began to love her as a woman. HP G56-107SA Battery

Other celebrated movies of the group were Las Abandonadas (1944, censored in México by six months),[37] and Bugambilia (1945). Dolores del Rio became the leading figure par excellence of all the Mexican film industry, which not only renewed the laurels that had previously won in Hollywood, instead increased, reaching heights and unsuspected depths of drama and expression.[38]HP G56-108SA Battery

LATE 1940'S AND 1950'S

In 1945 Dolores filmed the movie La selva de fuego directed by Fernando de Fuentes. According the Mexican diva María Félix in her autobiography (Todas mis Guerras México, 1993), cause of this movie, she and Dolores crossed paths. The film was written for Maria Félix but the messenger sent the film by mistake to Dolores. Félix finished filming the movie Vértigo (written for Del Río).[39]HP G56-109SA Battery

Due to her work with Fernández, del Río was given the opportunity to work with the best film directors in Mexico. Roberto Gavaldon was the one who inherited from Fernández the privilege of creating stories for the flaunting of Del Rio. Under the Gavaldón direction, Dolores filmed the movies La Otra (1946), La Casa Chica (1949), Deseada (1950) and El Niño y la Niebla, (1953,which competes in the Cannes Film Festival). HP G56-112SA Battery

Dolores worked in Argentina in 1947, in a film version of Oscar Wilde's Lady Windermere's Fan. She was affectionately received by Eva Peron, with whom Dolores had a close friendship.[40]. Later, Dolores is called by John Ford, to film The Fugitive, based on the novel by Graham Greene with Henry Fonda. HP G56-130SA Battery

The film was co-produced by Emilio Fernandez, and Dolores played a kind of Maria Magdalene. Ford had planned to make a film about the life of the Empress Charlotte of Mexico and thought that she was the ideal actress for the role instead of Bette Davis, who starred in Juarez.[41]. HP G56 Battery

In 1949, Dolores returned to work with Fernandez for the film La Malquerida. In the film Dolores represented for the first time the role of mother of another woman: Mexican actress Columba Dominguez who was having an affair with Fernandez. The resulting tension led to this film becoming the last time they worked together.[42]. HP G62-100 Battery

In late 1949, in Acapulco Dolores met Lewis "Lou" Riley, a theatrical American businessman and a former member of the Hollywood Canteen. The couple immediately began an affair. The house of Dolores in México, called "La Escondida" in Coyoacán, HP G62-100EB Battery

 was very popular with Mexican and foreign celebrities.[43]. In 1951, Dolores starred Doña Perfecta, in which she was acclaimed for her great dramatic representation. She won theSilver Ariel (Mexican Academy Award) as best actress four times. HP G62-100EE Battery Negotiations to bring Dolores del Rio back to the American screen in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's Ferguson, opposite Cary Grant, in 1949 were unsuccessful. According to Arthur Freed, producer of the film, there is "nothing definite" on the deal as yet, Del Rio is wanted for the role.[44] The project was finally cancelled. HP G62-100EJ Battery

In 1954, del Río was slated to appear in the 20th Century Fox film Broken Lance. The U.S. government denied her permission to work in the US, accusing her of being a sympathizer of international communism. Katy Jurado replaced her in the film and thus del Río became one of the victims of McCarthyism. HP G62-100SL Battery

Her situation with the U.S. was fixed in 1956 when the actress was able to return to the United States to perform in the theatrical production ofAnastasia. The Cinema of Spain called her twice for the movies Señora Ama (1954, directed by Dolores's cousin Julio Bracho) and in La Dama del Alba in 1966. HP G62-101TU Battery In 1959, the director Ismael Rodriguez achieved the impossible:[citation needed] bring Dolores del Río and María Félix together in one film La Cucaracha. The newspapers speculated a strong rivalry between the two actresses. HP G62-101XX Battery

In 1959, on November 24 she married Lewis Riley in New York.[45].

In 1960 Dolores del Río finally returned to Hollywood. She starred with Elvis Presley inFlaming Star directed by Don Siegel. Dolores had been out of Hollywood for eighteen years at this point. Her contemporaries from the Golden Age of Hollywood were surprised with her lasting beauty and youth. HP G62-103XX Battery

She was considered to be a sort of endangered species as a true Classic Hollywood Diva. Presley received her with a bouquet of flowers and said: "Lady, I know exactly who you are. It's an honor to work with one of the largest and most respected legends of Classic Hollywood. HP G62-104SA Battery

As you will be my mother in the film, I want to ask permission for my ophthalmologist make contact lenses that mimic the color of their eyes". Dolores immediately took to the young Presley and regarded him with maternal affection..[46]. HP G62-105SA Battery

Del Rio alternated between films in Mexico and the US, with both television and theater. In 1961 she filmed in Mexico El Pecádo de una Madre with the Argentinean Diva and Tango singer Libertad Lamarque. Her mother's death in 1961 forced her to cancel the Spanish movie Muerte en el otoño, HP G62-106SA Battery

directed by Juan Antonio Bardem.[47] She lso received a proposal from Kirk Douglas to make a film about the conquest of Mexico.[48] Also Federico Fellini offered in Italy a project that never materialized.[49]HP G62-107SA Battery

In 1964, she appeared in Cheyenne Autumn directed by John Ford, with a cast that included Richard Widmark, Carroll Baker, James Stewart, Gilbert Roland, Ricardo Montalbán and Sal Mineo, who was fascinated with the legendary star who played in the film the character of his mother. Del Rio was happy to participate in the last great movie of her friend John Ford.[50]HP G62-110ED Battery

The last film that Del Rio held in Mexico was Casa de Mujeres where she played the role of madame of a brothel. The characterization of Del Río for this movie shocked the public, because out among all the young actresses who alternated. The film was not good, but had a huge box office success. The critic was surprised and wondered: Is the history of the Mexican cinema a long way from Santa to Casa de Mujeres?.[51]HP G62-110EE Battery

In 1967, she performed for the first time in Italy, with Sophia Loren and Omar Sharif in the film More than a Miracle, produced by Carlo Ponti. Del Rio considered rejecting the film due to the brevity of her character, but the director, Francesco Rosi insisted she perform the role of mother of Shariff.[52] Del Rio still rivaled star Sophia Loren in the beauty department.[53]HP G62-110EO Battery

THEATRE

With the decline of Mexican cinema during the fifties and sixties, Dolores del Río moved to the theatre. Del Rio decided to prepare with acting teacher Stella Adler, who did not ordinarily give private lessons to anyone but with Del Rio agreed to do so. HP G62-110EY Battery

 Dolores debuted in Broadway with the classic Anastasia (1956), directed by Boris Taumarin. Del Río debuted on the Mexican stage with Lady Windermere's Fan (1958).[54] In 1958, Del Rio star in The Road to Rome by Robert E. HP G62-110SA Battery

Sherwood, with Pedro Armendariz, but Armendariz abandoned the project and was replaced by Wolf Rubinski. The work was a flop.[55] Her next project was the stage play The Ghost Sonata (Espectros) by the Swedish playwright August Strindberg. HP G62-110SO Battery

The stage play was released in 1962 and was one of her most sucessful theater projects. Despite the death of her mother, Doña Antonia, she did not cancel any functions.[56] Her next project was Dear Liar:A Comedy of Lettersby Jerome Kilty, based on the correspondence between George Bernard Shaw and actress Mrs. HP G62-110SS Battery

Patrick Campbell. Her co-star was Ignacio López Tarso. The play was a success when released in June 1963 at the Teatro de los Insurgentes in Mexico City.[57] In August 1964, Del Rio starred in the work La Vidente de Rousin with her husband Lew as director. Meanwhile, in France Edwige Feuillere was cast. Despite the success, the play only lasted a month in theaters.[58]HP G62-110SW Battery

In 1967, Del Rio returned to the theater with the stage play La Reina y los Rebeldes by the Italian Hugo Betti, but the story took an unexpected turn and some newspapers published:Dolores del Rio in a Communist stage play. The stage play was destroyed by critics in the middle of the student movements in Mexico.[59]HP G62-111EE Battery

Her next project was The Lady of the Camellias. For this stage play, Del Rio brought in Broadway director José Quintero, but the lack of professionalism of the director, brought a lawsuit that caused a scandal in the newspapers. HP G62-112EE Battery

In 1969, Dolores was finally able to do the stage play but caused a commotion when at the beginning of the work, Del Río appeared in a negligee quite bold and with a deep neckline. At 66 years of age, very few women in the world dared to do this.[60] The stage plays had great success in Mexico, Latin America and Europe. HP G62-112SO Battery

TELEVISION

She also participated in some American TV series. Her first project was in 1957, one episode of Schlitz Playhouse of Stars with Cesar Romero. In 1958 she starred The United States Steel Hour and in 1960 The Dinah Shore Chevy Show in the pisode Mexican Fiestawith Gilbert Roland, HP G62-113SO Battery

Ricardo Montalban and Tito Guízar. In 1963 appeared in Spectacular Show, with a soap opera named The Man who bought the Paradise acting with figures likeBuster Keaton, Robert Horton and Paul Lukas.[61] In 1964 in England she starred in a BBCTV program along with Ben Lyon.[62] In 1965 she starred an episode of the TV Serie I Spywith Cesar Romero, and in 1966 she appeared in Branded, in the episode The Ghost of Murrietta.[63]HP G62-115SE Battery

Her last appearance on American television was in Marcus Welby M.D. in the episode:The Legacy in 1970 with Robert Young, James Brolin and Janet Blair.[64] She never appeared on Mexican television. The newspapers claimed that Del Río, Cantinflas and María Félix demanded high salaries.[65]HP G62-115SO Battery

Social Work

From the fifties to the seventies, del Río collaborated in some international film festivals like Cannes Film Festival (1957), Berlin Film Festival (1962)[66] and San Sebastián Film Festival (1976).[67] Dolores promoted the Mexican Cinema in the Film Festivals "for the good of the country. HP G62-117SO Battery

" For her, it was important that Virna Lisi knew Silvia Pinal, Gina Lollobrigida knew Fanny Cano, James Mason knew Fernando Soler and also were known Mexican and foreign producers. She thought that salvation of Mexican Cinema was the co-production.[68]HP G62-118EO Battery

During the sixties and seventies, Dolores del Río became involved in actor union activities in her native country and was the founder of the group known as "Rosa Mexicano". In 1974, she was the founder of the Estancia Infantil: HP G62-120EC Battery

Dolores del Río of the Asociacion Nacional de Actores (A.N.D.A.) in México. Del Río served as president of the Estancia for several years, getting advice from the Montessori education method and systemSummerhill[disambiguation needed ]. She was accompanied in her work by Mexican actresses such as Carmen Montejo, Maria Elena Marques and Gloria Marín among others.[69]HP G62-120EE Battery

In 1966, she was founder of the "Sociedad Protectora del Tesoro Artistico de México"(Society for the Protection of the artistic treasures of Mexico), co-founded with the philanthropist Felipe García Beraza and responsible for protecting buildings, paintings and other works of art and culture in México.[70] In 1972, she helped found the Festival Cervantino in Guanajuato.[71]HP G62-120EG Battery

Dolores del Río's last movie was The Children of Sanchez with Anthony Quinn and Katy Jurado in 1978. In 1981, del Río was honored by Francis Ford Coppola, George Cukor, Sissy Spacek and others in the San Francisco Film Critics Circle. This was her last public appearance.[72]HP G62-120EH Battery

Personal life

She was a devout Roman Catholic. In 1921 Dolores del Río married Mexican socialite Jaime Martínez del Río, but the marriage came to end in 1928. Her former husband committed suicide in Berlin a year later. From 1930 to 1940 Dolores was married to MGM's Art Designer Cedric Gibbons. HP G62-120EK Battery

Her relationship of four years with Orson Welles came to an end in 1943, and he marriedRita Hayworth shortly afterwards. Rebecca Welles, the daughter of Welles and Hayworth, met Dolores in 1954 and said: "My father considered her the great love of his life",HP G62-120EL Battery

 "She was a living legend in the history of my family".[73] Del Rio recalls Welles as “The most intense and volcanic passion I had in my life.”[74] Welles once remarked that he was incredibly impressed by her lingerie, which had been made by nuns in France. HP G62-120EP Battery

In the late thirties, Dolores was also involved with Errol Flynn and the German writer Erich Maria Remarque, who compared her beauty with Greta Garbo.[75] Other rumors tried to involve her with Greta Garbo and Marlene Dietrich, with whom Dolores maintained a close friendship. HP G62-120EQ Battery

In the forties, she was involved with the Mexican movie producer Archibaldo Burns and with the Dominican playboy Porfirio Rubirosa. In 1949, Dolores met Lewis A. Riley in Acapulco. Riley, a theatre producer, was member of the Hollywood Canteen in the 1940s. After ten years together, the couple married in New York in 1959. HP G62-120ER Battery

Many anecdotes told about her rivalry with Lupe Velez. Dolores was terrified to meet her in public places because Lupe was shown biting and aggressive. She imitated Dolores openly, mocking with irony and wit about her refinement and elegance but the prestige of Dolores was notorious, and Lupe could not ignore this. Lupe resented the success of Dolores in her best years in Hollywood.[76]HP G62-120ES Battery

The newspapers speculated about a strong rivalry between Dolores and Maria Felix, the other Diva of the Mexican Cinema.[77] About this "rivalry" María Felix said in 1993: " With Dolores I don't have any rivalry. On the contrary. We were friends and we always treated each other with great respect. We were completely different. She refined, interesting, HP G62-120ET Battery

soft on the deal, and i'm more energetic, arrogant and bossy".[78]. The Mexican writer Oswaldo Diaz Ruanova described them thus: "Dolores del Rio was very feminine and social life, Maria Felix was very sullen and manly attitudes. Dolores del Rio was a breeze, Maria Felix, a hurricane. Dolores del Rio was cut aristocratic Maria Felix, a typical middle class".[79]. HP G62-120EY Battery

Death and memorials

Since the 1960's, Del Río suffered severe pains in the bones. In 1978, she was diagnosed with osteomyelitis, and in 1981 she was diagnosed with Hepatitis B following an injection of expired vitamins. In 1982, Del Río was admitted to the Medical Center of La Joya[disambiguation needed ], where hepatitis led to cirrhosis.[80]HP G62-120SE Battery

On April 11, 1983, Dolores del Río died from her liver disease at the age of 77, in Newport Beach, California. That day she had been invited to appear on the next Academy AwardsCeremony.[81] She was cremated and her ashes were interred in the Panteón de Dolorescemetery in Mexico City, Mexico. HP G62-120SL Battery

In 2005, on the centenary of her birth, her remains were moved to the Rotonda de las Personas Ilustres in Mexico City. She has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, at 1630Vine Street, in recognition of her contributions to the motion picture industry. HP G62-120SS Battery

She was considered one of the prototypes of the classic woman style of the 1930s: "I think", said Larry Carr (author of More fabulous faces), "that Dolores del Río's appearance at the beginning of the 30's influenced Joan Crawford. HP G62-120SW Battery

In 1930, when Crawford emerged as beauty personified in the entire world, but especially in Hollywood, the women imitated her style of dress and make-up. Gone was the style of heavy pancake and little heart shaped mouths. In its place the angular face, the sculptured look came into vogue. They produced a new type of beauty, of which Dolores del Río was the precursor. HP G62-121EE Battery

She left her 1920s look, loosened her hairdo, enlarged the shape of her lips and altered her eyebrows to underline her exquisite bone structure. She converted hers into one of the truly Great Faces".[82] Crawford said on a visit to Mexico in 1963: "Dolores became, and remains, as one of the most beautiful stars in the world".[83]HP G62-125EK Battery

"Glamour, said the filmmaker Josef von Sternberg, is the result of chiaroscuro, the play of light on the landscape of the face, the use of the surroundings through the composition, through the shaft of the hair and creating mysterious shadows in the eyes. HP G62-125EL Battery

In Hollywood, stars as far apart as Marlene Dietrich, Carole Lombard, Rita Hayworth and Dolores del Rio, own and acquire glamor, technology and willingness to refine the beauty of its own. Are indecipherable magic of the cinema, substance of the dreams of a generation and the admiration of the following meeting".[84] Marlene Dietrich considered del Río "The most beautiful woman in Hollywood"[85][86] HP G62-125EV Battery

For many people "She has better legs than Dietrich and better cheekbones than Garbo".[87] On one occasion. at a meeting at the home of Dolores, Greta Garbo came to her and gently posing his little finger on the belly of Dolores and she exclaimed: That magnificent navel!, as if admiring a work of art, a sculpture.[88]HP G62-125SL Battery

Some rumors said that her diet consisted of orchid petals and that she slept 16 hours in the day.[89] Author Salvador Novo gave a perfect, if unintended, eulogy a year before Del Rio’s death. “With Dolores Del Rio we are in the presence of a case in which extraordinary beauty is only the material form of talent. HP G62-130 Battery

She has been gifted with grace, and fresh and vibrant nimbleness that, being natural, seems exotic.” Time caught up to the ageless beauty, which Del Rio, never a vain person, at no time worried about. “So long as a woman has twinkles in her eyes, no man notices whether she has wrinkles under them.”[90]HP G62-130EG Battery

 In Paris, all the great fashion designers want to dress Dolores by the perfection of their actions. Were amazed at the fineness of her ankles and wrists, her small feet, her fragile neck, her arms long and thin, her face radiant. The fashion designer Elsa Schiaparelli once said: "I have seen many beautiful women in here, but none as complete as Dolores del Rio!".[91] HP G62-130EK Battery

George Bernard Shaw once said: "The two most beautiful things in the world are the Taj Mahal and Dolores del Rio".[92] the German writer Erich Maria Remarque, who compared her beauty with Greta Garbo, describing what a perfect woman would be a merger between the two actresses.[93]HP G62-130ET Battery

Despite the passage of years, Dolores del Río continued until the end to present an image of an educated lady, elegant and sophisticated, that despite her age still remained pleasant and desirable in the eyes of the public. In 1978, Kevin Thomas of Los Angeles Timesmentions her as "One of the reigning beauties of the XX century".[94]HP G62-130EV Battery

Armando Montoya, a columnist for the diary El Universal summarized in a phrase which meant the star to her fans: "She was for years the image closer to a dream, a passion ..."[95]HP G62-130SD Battery

Dolores del río's career highlights the potencial for Latina agency and negotiation through Hollywood film, but is also sparked the myth of the Hollywood Latina as a racialized and sexualized mediator in Hollywood film. However limited Del Río´s roles, HP G62-130SL Battery

her career greatly impacted the star trajectories of each Hollywood Latina who followed, especially those closely aligned with cinematic whiteness like Rita Hayworth and Jennifer Lopez.[6] Current stars Salma Hayek, Eva Mendes, and Penélope Cruz follow in the footsteps of trailblazing Dolores del Rio.[96]HP G62-134CA Battery

Dolores del Río has a statue at Hollywood-La Brea Boulevard in Los Angeles, designed byCatherine Hardwicke built to honor of multi-ethnic leading ladies of the cinema together with Mae West, Dorothy Dandridge and Anna May Wong. HP G62-135EV Battery

In 1982, Dolores and María Félix were parodied in the Carlos Fuentes's script Orquídeas à la luz de la luna. Comedia Mexicana that was presented in Spain and at Harvard university. Since 1983, the Mexican Society of Film Critics has been giving the Diosa de Plata award "Dolores del Río" for the best dramatic female performance. HP G62-140EL Battery

She was interpreted by the actress Lucy Cohu in the TV. film RKO 281 in 1999.

From September 2009 to January 2010, Dolores del Río was honored in the Soumaya Museum in Mexico City, with one of the most complete photography compilations of her career.[97]HP G62-140EQ Battery

Benicio del Toro

Benicio Monserrate Rafael del Toro Sánchez (born February 19, 1967) is a Puerto Rican actor and film producer. He won an Academy Award, a Golden Globe Award, aScreen Actors Guild Award, and a BAFTA Award for his role as Javier Rodríguez in Traffic(2000). HP G62-140ES Battery

He is also known for his roles as Fred Fenster in The Usual Suspects (1995), Dr. Gonzo in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998), Franky Four Fingers in Snatch (2000),Jackie Boy in Sin City (2005), and Che Guevara in Che (2008). He is the third Puerto Rican to win an Academy Award. HP G62-140ET Battery

Early life

Benicio del Toro was born in San German, on the southwest side of the island of Puerto Rico, and grew up in Santurce, a district of San Juan. He is the son of Gustavo Adolfo del Toro Bermúdez and Fausta Genoveva Sánchez Rivera, who were both lawyers.[1] He has an older brother, Gustavo, who was a pediatric

 oncologist at the Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City.[2][3] HP G62-140SF Battery

He is of Spanish descent through a Catalan paternal great-grandfather and a Basque maternal great-grandmother,[4] as well as of Italian andindigenous American ancestry.[5] The family del Toro (Touro) are of Sephardic origin. HP G62-140SS Battery

Del Toro, whose childhood nicknames were "Skinny Benny" and "Beno", was raised aRoman Catholic[6][7] and he attended Academia del Perpetuo Socorro (The Academy of Our Lady of Perpetual Help), a Roman Catholic school in Miramar, Puerto Rico.[8][9] HP G62-140US Battery

When del Toro was nine years old, his mother died of hepatitis.[2] At age 12, he moved with his father and brother to Mercersburg, Pennsylvania, where he was enrolled at theMercersburg Academy. He spent his adolescence and attended high school there.[10] HP G62-143CL Battery

After graduation, del Toro followed the advice of his father and pursued a degree in business at the University of California, San Diego.[10] Success in an elective drama course encouraged him to drop out of college and study with noted acting teachers Stella Adlerand Arthur Mendoza, in Los Angeles, as well as at the Circle in the Square Theatre School, in New York City.[10]HP G62-144DX Battery

Career

Del Toro began to surface in small television parts during the late 1980s, playing mostly thugs and drug dealers on programs such as Miami Vice and the NBC miniseries Drug Wars: The Camarena Story. He had a cameo in Madonna's 1987 music video clip "La Isla Bonita" as a background character (the kid sitting on the car). Work in films followed, beginning with his debut in Big Top Pee-wee and in the 007 film Licence to Kill,[10] HP G62-145NR Battery

in which 21-year-old del Toro held the distinction of being the youngest actor ever to play a Bondhenchman. Del Toro continued to appear in movies including The Indian Runner (1991),China Moon (1994), Christopher Columbus: The Discovery (1992), Money for Nothing(1993), Fearless (1993) and Swimming with Sharks (1994). HP G62-147NR Battery

His career gained momentum in 1995 with his breakout performance in The Usual Suspects, where he played the mumbling, wisecracking Fred Fenster.[10] The role won him an Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Actor and established him as a character actor. HP G62-149WM Battery

This led to more strong roles in independent and major studio films, including playing Gaspare in Abel Ferrara's The Funeral (1996) and winning a second consecutive Best Supporting Actor Independent Spirit Award for his work as Benny Dalmau in Basquiat (1996), directed by his friend, artist Julian Schnabel. HP G62-150EE Battery

Del Toro also shared the screen with Robert De Niro in the big budget thriller The Fan, in which he played Juan Primo, a charismatic Puerto Rican baseball star. HP G62-150EF Battery

For Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, the 1998 film adaptation of Hunter S. Thompson's famous book, he gained more than 40 lbs. (about 18 kg) to play Dr. Gonzo (a.k.a. Oscar Zeta Acosta), Thompson's lawyer and drug-fiend cohort.[10] HP G62-150EQ Battery

The surrealistic film, directed by Terry Gilliam, has earned a cult following over the years. Returning from a two-year hiatus after Fear and Loathing, del Toro would gain a mainstream audience in 2000 with a string of performances in four high-profile films. HP G62-150ET Battery

First up was The Way of the Gun, a crime yarn that reunited him with The Usual Suspects screenwriter Christopher McQuarrie, making his directorial debut. A few months later, he stood out among a first-rate ensemble cast in Steven Soderbergh's Traffic, a complex dissection of the North American drug wars. HP G62-150EV Battery

As Javier Rodriguez —a Mexican border cop struggling to remain honest amid the corruption and deception of illegal drug trafficking —del Toro, who spoke most of his lines in Spanish, gave a performance that dominated the film.[10]HP G62-150SE Battery

His performance swept all of the major critics awards in 2001. Del Toro won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor, becoming the fourth living Oscar winner whose winning role was a character who speaks predominantly in a foreign language. Del Toro is also the third Puerto Rican actor to win an Oscar, after Jose Ferrer and Rita Moreno.[10]HP G62-150SF Battery

 The night he won his Oscar marked first time that two actors born in Puerto Rico were nominated in the same category (the other actor was Joaquin Phoenix). In his acceptance speech, del Toro thanked the people of both Nogales, Arizona and Nogales, Sonora and dedicated his award to them. HP G62-150SL Battery

In addition to the Oscar, he also won the Golden Globe Award and theScreen Actors Guild award for Best Actor. Traffic was also a success at the box office, bringing to del Toro real Hollywood clout for the first time in his career. HP G62-153CA Battery

While Traffic was still playing in theaters, two other del Toro films were released in late 2000/early 2001. He had a brief role as the diamond thief Franky Four Fingers in Guy Ritchie's hip caper comedy Snatch, and played a mentally-challenged Native American man in The Pledge, directed by his old friend Sean Penn.[10]HP G62-154CA Battery

In 2003, del Toro appeared in two films: The Hunted, co-starring Tommy Lee Jones, and the drama 21 Grams, co-starring Sean Penn and Naomi Watts. He went on to garner another Best Supporting Actor Oscar nomination for his work in the latter. HP G62-165SL Battery

 He then appeared in the film adaptation of Frank Miller's graphic novel Sin City, directed by Robert Rodriguez, and Things We Lost in the Fire, the English language debut of celebratedDanish director Susanne Bier. Things We Lost in the Fire co-starred Halle Berry, Alison Lohman, and John Carroll Lynch. HP G62-166SB Battery

In 2008, del Toro was awarded the Prix d'interpretation masculine (or Best Actor Award) at the Cannes Film Festival for his characterization of Che Guevara in the biographical filmsThe Argentine and Guerrilla (together known as Che).[11]HP G62-200XX Battery

 During his acceptance speech del Toro dedicated his award "to the man himself, Che Guevara" along with directorSteven Soderbergh.[12] Del Toro was also awarded a 2009 Goya Award as the Best Actorfor his depiction of Che.[13]HP G62-201XX Battery

 Actor Sean Penn, who won an Oscar for his role in Milk, remarked that he was surprised and disappointed that Che and del Toro were not also up for any Academy Award nominations. During his acceptance speech for the Best Actor's trophy at the Screen Actors Guild Awards Penn expressed his dismay stating, HP G62-219WM Battery

"The fact that there aren't crowns on Soderbergh's and Del Toro's heads right now, I don't understand ... that is such a sensational movie, Che."[14] For the final portions of the film (shown here), del Toro shed 35 pounds to show how ill Guevara had become near the end of his life in the jungles of Bolivia.[15]HP G62-251XX Battery

In 2010, del Toro starred in and produced the remake of Lon Chaney, Jr.'s classic cult filmThe Wolf Man.[16]

He was chosen to be the face of the 2011 Campari calendar, becoming the first male model to be featured in the Italian liquor company's calendar.[17][18]HP G62-400 Battery

Personal life

Benicio is not related to Oscar-nominated director Guillermo del Toro; this is a popular misconception.

While promoting his film The Wolfman in 2010, he described his romantic life as "in limbo." When asked if he had thoughts of settling down, he responded, HP G62-450SA Battery

"Why? Everyone says, 'Why isn’t he married?' But it’s like, Fuck! Why do I have to get married? Just so I can get divorced?" In an interview with The Times he mentioned that he didn't want hisWest Hollywood apartment, which he described as his "cave," to be "invaded" by a wife and children.[19]HP G62-451SA Battery

On April 11, 2011, del Toro's publicist announced that del Toro and Rod Stewart's daughter Kimberly Stewart were expecting their first child, although they were not in a relationship.[20] Stewart gave birth to a daughter, Delilah,[21] on August 21, 2011.[20]HP G62-452SA Battery

In November 2011, he acquired Spanish citizenship. The request was granted by the Spanish government due to his artistic talents and his Spanish roots (he has family inBarcelona).[22]HP G62-454TU Battery

In March 2012, he was granted a honorific degree by the Inter-American University of Puerto Rico for his impact on the cinema enterprise, during the celebration of the institution centenary.[23]HP G62-456TU Battery

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